Wine and Chat with Cait and Sophia Jones – Interview

Wine and Chat with Cait

Sophia Jones

 

Sophia Jones Website 

The Phantom and the Psychic

The Paranormal Erotic Tale Series

Paranormal Romance
Buy at: Amazon

 

Cait: This is such a treat. I’m happy to interview a fellow Coffee Talk Writer! Sophia, is there anything you want to say before we start?

Sophia: Just thank you for featuring my story. It’s an honor and a pleasure to be here.

Cait: And I love having you here. This is one sensuous cover.

Sophia: Carrie Spencer of cheekycovers.com designed it. She’s one talented lady.

Cait: She really is. Your title, The Phantom and the Psychic, is a fascinating. How’d you come up with it?

Sophia: It came to me quick and easy as I typed the first few lines of my story. I wanted to capture sort of a fairy tale/fable feeling for adults. I think of stories like The Tortoise and the Hare or The Ant and the Grasshopper. I wanted to create a steamy, romantic series for women that reinforces the moral, “Love conquers all.”

Cait: I like it. Would you tell us a little about the book?

Sophia: Psychic Alyssa DeAngelo travels to a castle-turned-resort in the Italian countryside to assist its owner with his ghostly problem. There, she encounters Dominicus Romano, a tormented soul who has dwelt within the castle walls for six centuries. Can she help him find peace?

Cait: What inspired you to write your first book?

Sophia: I’m a reader. Truly, if I’m not reading, it’s because I’m at work or asleep. The only time I really get a desire to write is when I’m not finding whatever story I’m in the mood for. I started The Phantom and the Psychic after searching Goodreads and Amazon for a steamy ghost story and not really finding anything.

Cait: Do you have a specific writing style?

Sophia: Hm. I’ve had more than one reviewer use the word ‘intense’. Though humor is a part of my writing, and my stories are meant to be quick, fun escapes, my characters often face life and death situations … and, well, things can get intense.

Cait: What are your current projects?

Sophia: I’m currently working on the third tale in my series, The Pirate and the Treasure Hunter. My hero is a cursed British naval officer turned pirate. My heroine is an undersea archaeologist. These two are so much fun, and I’m having a blast with the research elements of the story.

Cait: Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members.

Sophia: The Coffee Talk Writers. What an amazing, supportive bunch of women.

Cait: They are. I’m very thankful to be associated with such a talented group. Sophia, it’s been such a pleasure to chat with you today. Before we go, is there anything that you’d like to say to your readers?

Sophia: I really appreciate the folks who are willing to take a chance on a new author, especially a new indie author. And I’m always deeply moved when they take the time to leave a review or visit my website and share a few words. You’re wonderful, thank you. ❤

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Wine and Chat with Cait and Sophia Jones – Interview

    1. Hi Ki, thank you for stopping in, and thanks once again to Cait for hosting me. If you’re interested, an anthology that I contributed to is free. It’s titled Fantasies of a Housewife and can be found on Barnes and Noble and Smashwords. Best wishes, Sophia

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  1. Hi hotcha1, I’m working on a steamy short about a treasure hunter and a pirate. Been having so much fun with these two! You can always reach me through twitter, facebook, or my website. All of my contact info is at sophiajonesromance.com Thank you for your interest. ❤

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